Kingsbarns Whisky Tasting Evening
Friday, March 27th
Come and join us and discover one of Fife's inspirational wee gems. Kingsbarns Distillery was the dream of a golf caddie working at the neighbouring Kingsbarns Golf Links. The host for the evening the Kingsbarns distillery manager, Peter Holroyd, knows all about turning a dream into a reality.
This evening is dedicated towards raising funds for The Polar Academy who will be taking pupils from Bell Baxter High School on a life transforming arctic expedition.
Whisky Tasting Experience:
Peter Holroyd will introduce five samples of Kingsbarns and Wemyss single malts, including their recently released Dream to Dram, and explain what makes them so special. Following this you will have a questions and answers session to indulge your curiosity.
After the whisky tasting a wee auction will be held which will include the following donations:
1) A rare, single cask bottle of Polar Explorer whisky - containing blue glacier ice water kindly donated by Craig Mathieson
2) A Four-ball round of golf at The Castle Course worth £480 kindly donated by the St Andrews Links Trust
3) A Lindores Abbey gift set that includes a bottle of Aqua Vitae with cocktail suggestions, Balgove Larder cream tea for two, and Lindores Abbey distillery vouchers for two kindly donated by Lindores Abbey
4) A round of golf for four on either the Torrance or Kittocks Courses worth £420 kindly donated by Fairmont St. Andrews.
5) Three day charter, for up to 11 people, on board a luxury motor yacht, worth in the order of £12,000 to £15,000 which has a reserve of £2,960. Kindly donated by White Star Charter The yachts can be viewed on the websites: www.whitestarcharter.com / www.ladyalhena.com
The latest video of the two yachts can be found on the following links:https://youtu.be/BWSPZafyHRY / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igJn4U1uiqs&feature=youtu.be
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Old Course Hotel
Old Station Rd
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